American Family Association

by R. Burge

The AFA reports that Anita Dunn will be stepping down as White House Communication Director.  Dunn is largely responsible for the back and forth battle between Fox News and the Obama administration.

The AFA also passes along a story about a British designer who aims to turn a placenta into a teddy bear.

Finally, they embed a video of Fox News celebrating the birthday of the Marine corps.



American Family Association

by R. Burge

An action alert by the AFA asks readers to contact their representatives and ask them to remove any federal funding for abortion from any health reform bill.

The AFA speaks out against the recent passage of hate crimes legislation which they liken to the ‘thought police.’ The results of this new law is,  “We’ll see them target a preacher in the not too distant future and then get someone to implicate their preaching as a cause for their behavior choice of being a criminal toward someone who is a homosexual.”

The AFA also criticizes the Obama administration’s war with Fox News. They argue that leaders should embrace criticism not run from it. They write, “President Obama should end on this pathetic media strategy and evaluate why his policies are rejected when scrutinized.”

Another post uses the example of the H1N1 vaccine as indicative of how the federal government would handle national health insurance.

Finally, the AFA is disappointed in the way that Fox News recently covered a news story in which a father ran over his daughter in his car because she was not living up to “Iraqi values.” The AFA is perplexed why they did not report that the father’s major grievance was his daughter’s failure to live up to his Muslim faith.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

The AFA reports that Neocutis, a skin care company is using fetal stem cells in some of its anti-aging products. They write, “Not only are these companies advocating the destruction of human life, but they are exploiting that life to make a profit! When did we stoop so low in this country?”

The AFA also passes on recent poll numbers that show support for Pres. Obama is dropping.

The AFA continues to highlight the back and forth between the White House and the Fox News channel, relaying recent statements made by Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett.

The AFA also encourages its readers to impress upon their children the biblical foundations that the United States is based on, not simply allow the public school system to push its revisionist version of events.

Finally the AFA describes a satirical scenario whereby discarded stem cells are turned into protein shakes to be sold to the American consumer. This is an attempt to highlight the hypocrisy of abortion that the AFA perceives.


American Family Association

by R. Burge

The AFA tells it readership that PepsiCo promotes homosexuality in its company as well as others by placing advertisements in gay magazines and holding corporate training sessions on how to effectively market to the homosexual community. They urge readers to boycott Pepsi and all those affiliated.

They also highlight the success of the One Million Moms Campaign to have offensive programming remove from the airwaves. Several large advertisers have pulled support from especially offensive television shows.

In another post the AFA says that environmentalists scare them, saying that their continued promotion of polar bear habitat is misguided because the number of polar bears in the wild is actually increasing.

They also describe the collegiate experience of Kimberly Legendre who had to take a class on civil engagement where she was required to work on a campaign to make Florida Gulf Cost University a smoke free campus.  The AFA argues that this amounts to indoctrination and should be removed from the course requirements.

Another post describes a back and forth email between the AFA and Sen. Roland Burris in which Burris extols the Democrats campaign for transparency while the AFA points out several times when they goal has been overlooked by Democrats.

The AFA also continues to inform its readership about the disagreement between the White House and Fox News, this time the Obama administration has been working to have Fox News removed from the pool of reporters who describe the President’s every move.

Finally, the AFA highlights some recent hi-jinks by the University of Minnesota’s mascot when it mocked the prayer of a football player from Penn State.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

A post today by the AFA includes a quote from President Obama where he indicated that Democrats are not beholden to their political party while Republicans “Do what they’re told.”  The AFA responds with: “Has Obama been living under a rock for the past couple months? What does he think the whole TEA party movement was? The driving force behind the TEA parties was Republicans who were bucking the leadership of the GOP.”

The AFA also directs it readership to a new ad featuring celebrities in favor of health care reform.

Another post quotes White House Communications Director Anita Dunn in reference to the Obama campaign controlling the media during the general election.

The AFA reports the low approval rating for Speaker of the House Pelosi, polling at just 34% favorable by Californians.

Finally, the AFA reports a back and forth between ABC News’ Jake Tapper and White House Spokesman Robert Gibbs about the media bias displayed by Fox News.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

A post highlights recent statements by White House Communications Director Anita Dunn in which she praises Communist Leader Mao Tse Tsung. This is echoed in a different post by the AFA.

Another post by David P. Smith argues that Americans are leaving the only true God for the government god.

The AFA also reemphasizes the recent spat between the Obama White House and the Fox News channel by embedding a video of comments by David Axlerod over the weekend.

Another post comments on recent statements by Obama Adivsor Robert Reich. In this remarks Robert Reich apparently lays out the harsh true of health care reform- namely that young people will pay more than their share and older Americans will not receive the best drugs and technology.

Recent poll numbers show that Hillary Clinton is now more popular than Barack Obama.

Finally, the AFA publishes supposed leaks from the Nobel Peace Prize committee in which the majority of the voting body were opposed to Pres. Obama receiving the award.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

A post today by the AFA discusses recent salvos in the debate over Creation vs. Evolution and notes that the Intelligent Design theories are gaining significant traction in the scientific community.

Another post embeds a video of recent comments made by Pres. Obama in which he notes that the Congress is “busy with our mop cleaning up somebody else’s mess . . .”

Finally, the AFA describes the recent back and forth between the Obama administration and Fox News Channel.